Ogden Pleissner Archives Internship – Shelburne Museum (Shelburne, VT)

The Shelburne Museum Archive is seeking a highly motivated and energetic individual for an unpaid academic internship in the Collections Department. The intern will commit to 120-150 total hours of work onsite at the Shelburne Museum to be performed over a chosen semester or summer (depending on academic credit requirements). Located in Vermont’s scenic Lake Champlain Valley, Shelburne Museum is one of the finest, most diverse museums of art, Americana and design. Comprised of 39 buildings on 42 acres and housing over 150,000 objects, the Museum is renowned for its Impressionist paintings, folk art, quilts and textiles, decorative arts, American paintings, and horse-drawn vehicles.Read More

Loan Library Representative – People’s United Bank (Williston, VT)

This position is responsible for the timely and accurate handling of loan files. This involves tracking and processing requests for information by phone, fax, and in person. Candidates for this position should have strong and effective communication skills, organizational/problem solving skills, poise and a positive customer service attitude to ensure a helpful climate for our customers and employees. PC skills and the demonstrated ability to perform clerical tasks in an efficient manner is required. Must demonstrate courtesy, willingness to help, and a cooperative attitude, which supports team efforts and department/corporation goals, including acting in whatever capacity as assigned by the department manager. Read More

Librarian / Media Specialist – Colchester Middle School (Colchester, VT)

The librarian is responsible for the effective and efficient operation of the school library program, facility, and materials. Collaborating with other staff members, the librarian provides developmentally appropriate programs and procedures which meet the specific needs of students in his/her assigned school. The librarian reports to the building principal and supervises aides as assigned. Performance in this position will be evaluated in accordance in the current Master Agreement between the Colchester Education Association and the School Board. Evaluation will be completed according to the guidelines defined in the district’s Differentiated Evaluation Process.Read More

Library Director – The Blake Memorial Library (East Corinth, VT)

The Blake Memorial Library in East Corinth, Vermont seeks a well-organized, energetic self-starter for the position of Library Director.  The director will oversee all aspects of library functions including, but not limited to, programming, purchasing and cataloging of new materials, supervision of volunteers and staff, and assisting patrons with their information needs. This position requires a candidate who is tech savvy, creative, has excellent communication and people skills, and appreciates the important role of the library in a small rural community. Also important is a broad-based familiarity with the various genres of literature.  The successful candidate will be expected to work toward the Vermont Public Library certification.Read More

Information Specialist: Library & Technology – Wallingford Elementary School (Wallingford, VT)

The Wallingford Elementary School is seeking a full time Informational Specialist; Library and Technology to serve Pre K-6th grade students. A successful candidate will demonstrate knowledge of literature and current trends in library/media practice and information technology, knowledge of the NETS standards for technology, and use of a variety of devices in our 1:1 environment. We are seeking a candidate who also has experience and knowledge of creating personalized learning plans, goal setting and reflections and proficiency based learning. The information Specialist will create a culture for investigation and love of literature, assist students and teachers in the use of technology and lead PD activities to support the development of the use of technology to differentiate and engage the learners.

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Library Media Specialist – Newport City Elementary School (Newport, VT)

The Newport City Elementary School has an opening for a Library Media Specialist for the 2016-2017 school year.
Position Goal: To administer a program that is integrated with the school curriculum and supports the educational mission of the school. The job involves several components: educational, technical, and professional. Both collaboratively and independently, the Library Media Specialist provides high quality programming that promotes literacy, digital citizenship, and the skillful use of technology.Read More

Librarian / Literacy Specialist – Cabot School (Cabot, Vermont)

Cabot School seeks an individual committed to empowering our students to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers, and ethical users of information. The successful candidate for this position will have skill, experience and enthusiasm in both the library and classroom environments, and will work in the combined roles of school librarian, as well as reading and literacy Interventionist for grades 5-8. Read More

Library Media Specialist – Elementary/Middle School (Manchester Center, Vermont)

The library media program is an integral part of the school’s curriculum as evidenced by the multiple roles and responsibilities that he or she demonstrates. MEMS is a prek-8 public school. The school library media center has a collection of over 18,000 items and is part of a community wide library consortium which includes, Burr and Burton Academy and the Manchester Community Library. MEMS is looking for a well qualified candidate that exemplifies the following roles and responsibilities.Read More

Resource Sharing Assistant I and Resource Sharing Assistant II, Access Services – Dartmouth College Library (Hanover, NH)

Resource Sharing Assistant I

To provide resource sharing services for Dartmouth College Library, including interlibrary loan, Borrow Direct, and on-campus document delivery. This is a development position where, during the training period, the incumbent receives on-the-job and relevant Access Services department cross training. Initially, works under close supervision as a trainee. As the individual becomes proficient in the work, he/she receives more responsible assignments and works independently with general supervision. Upon completion of the training and when management determines full performance level has been met, the incumbent may be promoted non-competitively to the Resource Sharing Assistant II position.Read More